Assistive Technology (AT) is an umbrella term indicating any product or technology-based service that enables people of all ages with activity limitations in their daily life, education, work or leisure. It is a highly interdisciplinary field, encompassing research, development, manufacture, supply, provision and policy. This book presents the proceedings of the 12th biennial European conference of the Association for the Advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe, AAATE 2013, held in Vilamoura, Portugal, in September 2013. The full papers included here cover a diverse range of subjects, including: ageing, disability and technology; accessibility in Europe; ambient assisted living; AT and Cloud computing; communication access for all; monitoring and telecare; and user perspective, to name but a few. The aim of the AAATE conference is to promote a more effective dialogue between manufacturers, researchers, developers, professionals and end users, and this book will be of interest to all those directly or indirectly involved in the field of AT.... Wesnes, et al., aVisual perception in Parkinson disease dementia and dementia with Lewy bodies, a Neurology, 63: 2091-2096, 2004. ...  P. Viswanathan, aNavigation and Obstacle Avoidance Help (NOAH) for Elderly Wheelchair Users with Cognitive ... in Cerebral Palsy and Traumatic Brain Injury Users, a Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair, 23(5):494-504, 2009. ... P. J. Holliday and G. R. Fernie, aEvaluation of a contact sensor skirt for an anti- collision power wheelchair for olderanbsp;...
|Title||:||Assistive Technology: From Research to Practice|
|Author||:||P. Encarnação, L. Azevedo, G.J. Gelderblom|
|Publisher||:||IOS Press - 2013-09-09|